Sarah Watson

Sarah is the Editor-in-Chief and a junior in the SFS studying Regional and Comparative Studies. She is a national park enthusiast and really just wants to talk about mountains.


Voices

The holidays aren’t always happy. That’s okay, too.

I won’t wish you the happiest of New Year’s. But I will wish you a restful and peaceful one. Have whatever kind of New Year you need. 

News

Nellie’s Sports Bar faces $5,000 fine, liquor license suspension

CW: This article references violence to Black and LGBTQ+ individuals and communities. After a contracted security guard violently assaulted a Black woman at Nellie’s Sports Bar, a well-known U-street gay... Read more

News

GUSA fails to pass restructure referendum due to low voter turnout

This year’s elections saw an overall turnout rate of 20.11 percent of the undergraduate student body with 1,431 votes cast.

News

Meet GUSA’s new candidates 

First-year GUSA candidates are campaigning on platforms related to dining, racial equity, mental health, and student safety.

Music

Get lost in the psychedelic garden of Lorde’s Solar Power

Solar Power (2021) is an album best listened to on long walks.  You may have heard negative reviews of Lorde’s much-anticipated third studio album that brings an end to a... Read more

Halftime Leisure

The Voice Investigates: The Goldfish Files

You’re racing to the Leavey center for a Royal Jacket feast, hopefully sans norovirus. In the bush by Regents, a golden blob catches your eye. Is it a coin? An... Read more

Features

D.C.’s new approach to public spaces leaves out encampment residents

D.C.’s decision to permanently close three encampments is part of a pilot program that aims to rehouse encampment residents in conjunction with the sites’ closure. While this goal sounds promising, its creation of no-tent zones is likely to further criminalize homelessness.

Leisure

The Voice’s guide to D.C.: Where to eat

Affordable Eats The Well Dressed Burrito Address: 1220 19th St. NW How to get there: Take the GUTS bus to Dupont Circle, walk three blocks down 19th, and peer dubiously... Read more

Features

The March on Washington for Voting Rights confronts D.C.’s shadow of democracy

Fifty-eight years after the first March on Washington, demonstrators are gathering to demand the protection of voting rights across the country.

News

Georgetown Scholars Program moved out of Healy; in temporary space for the fall

Georgetown Scholars Program (GSP) moved out of its long-time space on the ground floor of  Healy Hall in January and will spend the first part of the semester in a... Read more